How long would I have to leave my plant in veg/flower to yield a pound per plant indoor?


#1

A customer has a question and I hope we can get some opinions on it, thanks

How long would I have to leave my plant in veg/flower to yield a pound per plant indoor?


#2

Several months, at least, I’d say. It’s impossible to answer accurately, because of so many variables, not the least of which being the strain and genetics. But the most accurate way to even guess at your yield would be based on your lighting, grams/watt. Even with optimum… well, everything, assuming a gram per watt, which is a very good yield and unlikely at first, you would need enough light to cover the footprint of that big, old plant at the height it would need to be to achieve the intensity needed during flowering to get those dense, hard, golf ball buds we all love. The wattage needed would vary depending on the efficiency of the lighting. Regardless, it’d have to be a very large plant to yield over a pound, indoor. You would need either a large scrog, or a decent amount of height to work with to let the plants get tall. It’s doable, but even just a couple, good-sized plants would be easier to work with than one huge one. And if you have the space, a mother and clones for a sea of green of single cola, small plants, while much more work, is ready to harvest faster.


#3

it would have to be a photo for sure. Outside I know your looking at 6 to 7 months with the best light any where on the planet!